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FFD: Grow Your Own! Ep. 1

by Sean Croxton

I am officially an Organic Farmer!

Yesterday, Kirk and I went over to City Farmer’s Nursery to meet up with Farmer Bill.

Farmer Bill gave us a lesson in how to start our own organic garden. We’re going to grow some chard, spinach, tomatoes, and squash right in the middle of Downtown San Diego!

And YOU get to follow along and do it yourself!

If you’re in San Diego, be sure to visit the nursery. Bill’s got goats, chickens, turkeys, and all kinds of other animals back there. When you’re done, come downtown and say hi to Kirk at his studio Hale Holistic.

We’ll be back next week to show you how to build your box, lay down your soil, and plant those seeds!

I’m pumped!

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Sean Croxton
Author, The Dark Side of Fat Loss

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4 thoughts on “FFD: Grow Your Own! Ep. 1

  1. Annette

    Nice. We planted our first garden this year and have already enjoyed some produce from it. I think, from watching your video, I need more potassium for my radishes. Also just bought some chard seeds can’t wait to plant them! will be watching for more g.y.o I need all the tips I can get.

  2. Marcus

    This is keepin it real Sean!!!! Way to go man, keep up the G.Y.O series. Will you make this a regular segment on the UW TV show? I’ll be tuned in for sure & telling others to do the same !!!!

  3. Dave

    Awesome! I’ve been thinking about growing my own organic garden for a while now but never really knew how to get it started. Now I know exactly where to begin. Great idea for a new video series Sean. Thanks man!

  4. Andres

    Hi Sean!

    I love this episode and that you have turned to organic farming.
    How cool is that?
    Hehe, some good vibe over here, thank you so much.

    I think it would be great if you could make list or maybe a nice table ( your-style of course ) with piece of information: when can certain vegetables be grown at their best. Also the growing period.
    You could pick up those ones which you would like to grow in Sandiego.
    Keeping it simple and quality at the same time.
    What do you think?

    Few words about me, I have just graduated from Highschool.
    Those years passed hard for me because I lived on my own.
    Your work really inspires me. Kicks me up in the mornings :)

    Thankyou very much again.
    More people like you in this world.

    Andres

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